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Author Ayoub, Sherif, author.

Title Derivatives in Islamic finance : examining the market risk management framework / Sherif Ayoub.

Published Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2014]
©2014

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Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Edinburgh guides to Islamic finance
Edinburgh guides to Islamic finance.
Books at JSTOR Evidence Based Acquisitions
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Introduction -- 2. Truth formation in Mua'amalat -- 2.0. Introduction -- 2.1. The path to the truth: the role of Maslaha, Qiyas and Igma'a -- 2.2. Truth-seeking in the scripture: the reality imposed by critical rationalism and hermeneutics -- 2.3. Conclusion -- 3. Market risks and their management -- 3.0. Introduction -- 3.1. Risk and its management -- 3.2. Risk identification -- 3.3. Risk measurement -- 3.4. Risk strategy -- 3.5. Rationale for hedging -- 3.6. Conclusion -- 4. Conventional derivatives: theory and practice -- 4.0. Introduction -- 4.1. Economics of derivatives -- 4.2. Conventional derivative instruments -- 4.3. Conclusion -- 5. Derivatives in Islamic finance -- 5.0. Introduction -- 5.1. Resolutions by standard-setting bodies in Islamic jurisprudence -- 5.2. Theoretical Shari'ah issues -- 5.3. Contractual Shari'ah issues -- 5.4. Contemporary derivatives in Islamic finance -- 5.5. Conclusion -- 6. Permissibility of the underlying variables and the recognition of the contract -- 6.0. Introduction -- 6.1. Permissibility of the underlying variables: interest rate benchmarks -- 6.2. Permissibility of the underlying variables: currency benchmarks -- 6.3. The nature of money in Islam -- 6.4. Recognition of the derivative contract -- 6.5. Conclusion -- 7. Maysir, hedging and derivatives -- 7.0. Introduction -- 7.1. A conceptualisation of Maysir in Islamic and Western thought -- 7.2. Maysir, Gharar and the indeterminacy of the zero-sum prohibition -- 7.3. Investment, speculation and gambling: the environment of risk management -- 7.4. The role of financial intermediaries as speculators -- 7.5. Conclusion -- 8. Conclusion.
Other author JSTOR issuing body.
Subject Financial risk management -- Islamic countries.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9780748695713 (electronic bk.)
0748695710 (electronic bk.)
9780748695690
9780748695720
0748695729